Mandy Moore’s Evolution From Pop Star to Emmy Nominee

A journey to recall! She may have started as a bubblegum pop singer, but Mandy Moore has evolved considerably throughout her two-decade long career.
The New Hampshire native, 35, burst onto the Hollywood scene in 1999 when she signed with Epic Records as one of their up-and-coming artists. Her first single, “Sweets,” reached No. 41 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
From that moment on, Moore’s career has had its peaks and valleys, but it was all worth it — especially since it eventually led to an Emmy nomination and massive TV career.
Once the “Save a Little for Yourself” singer got her feet wet in the music sector — she released five records by the age of 23 — Moore ventured into the film globe.
She first appeared on screen as mean girl Lana Thomas in Disney’s The Princess Diaries in 2001. In the film, she acted, but she also performed “Stupid Cupid” over the course of one scene, ……

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